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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLT'LP. n. I. FEHIIUAUY ?8. 18J9.
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trK, Honolulu, li. I., by the
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TUESDAY, FEU. t!8, 18!)i).
.Coiitrncliouislfl of tlio United
BIMpr nr now oiTeriim rMieulo of
-A,morican. hnuor aud integrity ns
tv'-uuiututtt. IE the nihjurity of
the Aint'iicftu people werw of tlu
onlrncttonist type, tlio liouor niul
i'ltet-rily of tlio tuition ceitniuly
would be n fit pulij'ct for ridicule.
It npp nrs tuut Minister Cooper
out member of Ibo local uiv
erunimt who Iihs mmle n etroug
fight HgdiiiBt UiH lcyih'tiy of fi-i.
cii) Bbipx utder the llinvniinn
ling. Ui dor ooixliliois pr-Keiit
nud rnst Mr. Coopei tuny bo put
dowu us tin kiuu pin of Aintri
cnuiem in Uip Hiiwniinn Cubiuet.
Unlil tbrrn in moro (Infinite iu
formation tcpnrdiui! tin amount
of coin or cuncucy iu tbo L.lnud,
there ctmuot be uiny prolicide
disetiBHou ol Hit relation between
tlio fund Intkt-d up iu tlio Tn-nu
ury and the business of the coun-tty.--Adv-rtibe,r.
Very true. In other words tbo
Advertiser confesses tlint it is
talking thmnuli it" lint.
Tbo mnu who boupbt Ewaplnu.
tatiou Block nt S2i 0 live yp ant no
was a "slock gambler." If ho buys
the pnme stock nt Ibe Fame price
to lay he in a "common penpe buei
D038 man." We would like to have
mnio of the good people making
tie roar about "stock gambling"
pnot out Hie lino whero stock
gambling stops aud luvestmout
Mil. DOLi: AMI SPOIIiSJIKN.
"Hnwnii Untbr Annexation" i'h
the tillo of a full page article writ
ten by "Honorable Sanford 1$.
Dole, ex-Presidont tit the Re
public" for Harpers Wedkly.
Mr. D do pajs hie jeapt'ets to
itho excellence of himself iu the
"Looal politioianH are conpidnr
ably exciled over the consumma
tion of annexation, even to the
extent of talcing measures to in
fluence Ibo selection of local otii
cials by the govornment at Wash
ington. "Tlioro is eomo di-content
among (his clnss with tbe civil
f ervico stntus of tbe government
of tho Republic of Hawaii, a it is
mud Iiuh beeu, on at count
of the nbsence of the politi
cal epoild nBtt'ii. Although
auuexatiou has umpired these with
hopes iu this dmetion, there is
impatience at tliotdow and uncer
tain progress of events towards a
permanent f inn of government ou
Doublles the shade of Qeorg
Wnshiugtnn will turn gnou with
envy when the g antlilequeut
magnanimity of tlieeo paragraphs
aro brought to nttentinu. It is
timely to noh thu f-icU and per
sons to whith tlieso parauraphs
refer. So far as the genernl pub
Iio know, tli r" U ono orgiuiza
tion of "politicians" Hint Iihh bo
came "excitnl" "uvon to tbo ox
Li tit of lak'ng momurea to in
fluetico the selection of local ulli
ciilu by tha goveriimnt at Wash
ington." 'Ihis oriaui, itiou h Uih
Oonlral Committee of tlio Americ
an Uuioo parly which advocated
the app lintmoi t of s 'ine p-rnon
other limn S. H. Dolo to the p si
tiou of Hist governor of tlio ten i
tory of Il wui.
Mr. D do assorts lint tho d'B
cnnlent nmonu tho-o "p 1 it irii)H"
Is due to the "ahBPuce of the pnli
.(leal Hpoils Bystems." This is the
pleasaut coinplimeut paid to tl o
men who pliived bim iu power, by
"Houorabl Sinford U. Dole, ex
President -of tbo Republic."
Ono of tho prominent merabeiB
of the central committeo is George
W. Smith, a leadiug business man
whose counsels, up to the time of
annexation, were rcpeatedlj
b night by Mr. Dole's odicinls and
who has not held or sought to hold
positions tbnt command a salary
from tho government. 'Still an
other is Thro. F. Lansing lately
elected Senator to the local legis
lature, who has Bought uo position
under the government, of whom
the government thought sntliuiout
ly well to induce him to take the
i osilion of Minfetnr of
Finance during Minister Damon's
temporary abjeuo., a man who
has iinver sought otlice aud whose
business integrity aud political
houe-ty no mnu dates assail
Still anothor is J F. Kennedy, an
otborpromiuent business man who
has not e&lary or 'position from tho
governmental ciib J. H. Fisher,
wh mu business i-t binkmg not
gitverument labor for uoveinmout
pa is also in tho list. It u ns
Fisher vrho oryanizt-d Mr DdIc'h
mihttry forces. F. H. McStoekor
is the only ono of tho-o "excited"
men who draws a enlary from the
government. His was ono of the
powerful organizing forces be
hind tho irepublio that hold Mr.
Dol iu power. If ho i'b hot ot
the ttailof the spoils of oflice, Mr.
Dolo is the first man to make that
assertion. B. F. Dillingham, oue
of tho greatest commercial leaders
of tho territory is also of that
committee. Ho hold uo office un
der he government.
Thesaiiuen aro a'f.iir sample of
those whom Mr. Dolo.by his refer
ence to tho influence, exerted in
Washington, classes as excited
politicians uflor the spoils. These
and men of tho same stamp estab
lished tbe republic, put Mr Dole
in otlice, hold the republic to
gdlicr to tho day of annexation
and now stand in tlio forefront
of American progress in Hawaii.
And Mr. Dole pays them the
compliment of being "excited"
politicians, discontented on no
couut of tho "abionee of the poli
tical spoils system "
Iu view of the fact that Mr.
Dole has failed to declare whothnr
he is a candidate for oflice or not;
that he, deems the excitement of
these politicians of eutlioient im
portance io call public alteution
to it and 'thus defend tho Simon
pure parity of his government; in
view of Mr. Dole's public plea for
the retention of bis othintt in
otlice under American territorial
rulo and of Lis championship of
the old centralization of an oli
garchy as against tho freedom of
speedy American territorial rule,
Mr. Dolo has by his owu words
and notion given a dii-plsy of sel
fish motive and unAmerican
Bpitit that explaiua moro clearly
than any words his opponents
could put in print why the peoplo
of this territory have withdrawn
their support from the picseut
By nttaeking the integrity of the
men who lake, "mettsur s Io influ
ence the selection of local officials
by tho government at Washing
ton," Mr. Dolo has expoied the
olmrnotir of his political card and
tho people of the United Slate
uau easily fob that tho card they
w re ltd Io believ was a George
Washington aio hih is nothing
but a two epotof Rpadoa digging
up iutrenohments to hold a solect
cirolo ju coutr-1.
NfT "f Ur, tlrnu
A lelter from Manila, recoived
by tho list steamer fiom th Ori
ent, tulln of tho pr 8-uce iu lliHt
cit of Georu'e Gran, firmeily of
the fim of II llaek'eld&Uo. The
man who rce vul the letter U n
fii'iidnf Grmi'rf Among o'her
lliing-', tho Miller ineiilioiietl tlio
fact Unit Gnu uei.l 1.. Mtuila b
WHy of the Suez eannl ami tbut he
was in tho Ameiicau army.
y IJAVIKS VI. HONOLULU.
full Meant of Crlrkrt Maleli l'lni eil
I..t W rk.
Following is tho score of the
two days cricket match played
botweou thu T. II. Daviee tfc Co.
aud Honolulu 0. 0. teams, Wash
ington's birthday and Saturday:
DAVICS FIRST INNING.
J. Hewitt, nin out...... 3
E. A. Moss, b Lane 2
A. H, Sinclair, b Mackintosh o
I). Ross, b Mackintosh 2
E. Wodeliouse, b Mackintosh 6
A. R. Hatfield, b Lane 7
S. P. Woods, c Jordan, b Lane 1
T. C. D.tvies, c Mackintosh, b Lane 6
P. Llshman, b Mackintosh 4
J. Low, c Mackintosh, b Lane 2
P. II. G. Seymour, not out o
HONOLULU rtRST INNING.
Rev. J. P. Lane, b Hatfield 3
A. St. C. Pil.miia. b Hewitt 10
Dr. St. D. G. W.ilters. b Hewitt 4
A. St. M. Mackintosh, c Sinclair, b
R. Anderson, b Hatfield - 1
W. L. Stinley, b Heivltt 2
R. A. Jordan, b Hatlield 1
I. W. Ihrvey, c Mo-s. b Hewitt t
Dr. H. V, Murray, b Hatfield 2
I'. G. Hallrtntyne, run out o
I. II. Catton, not out - o
DAVIHS SECOND INNING.
J. Hewitt, c Stanley, b Micktntosli 24
E. A. Mov?, cand 6 Line 9
A. li. Sinclair, b Piianala 1
D. Ross, c Jordan, b Lane 9
E. Wodeliouse, C and b Mackintosh...... 10
A. R. Hatlield. c Catton. b Line 7
S. P. Woods, bHatlield - 4
T. C. Davies, b Line - o
W. G. S nclehurst. b Mackintosh o
J. Low, b Mackintosh o
H. G. Sevmour. not out 1
Leg bye 1
tstiinninR - 37
HONOLULU SFCOND INNING.
Rev. J. F. Lane. I b w, b Hewitt o
A. St. C. Piianala, b Hatfield o
Dr. St. D U. Walters, b Hatfield 3
A. St. M. Mackintosli c and b Hatlield... o
T. G. Ballentvne. c Ross, b Hatfield 6
R. A.Jordan, b Hewitt.. 2
W. L. Stanley, b Hatlield - 2
R. Anderson, b Hatfield - o
Dr. Hr V. Murray, b Hewitt o
J, H. Catton, not out - 2
J. H. Walker, b Hatlield o
' . . . 29
a 151 inning 34
Two police officers had n tussle
with a big raw-ho'ied mau by the
name of Miller this morning.
Tbo follow struck F. Fisher sev
oral times aud, upon thp npiienr
uuce of Mioycle Ftitrolmnu Niel
sou and a nativo ofiicor, showed
fight. Ho vnx taken to tho police
station by foreo.
The World over the Sterling is spoken
of as "dainty elegant", the Frenchman
says it Is "elegante, dellcaJa" the Italian,
"bella graziosa" the German, "nledllch,
zlerl!c!i? the Hollander'slerlljli", and the
Chinaman, says it is "allee sammee likee
A skillfully deslcned wheel Is not only
a useful object, it Is also -an aesthetic
creation. Have you ever thought how
greatly the rider's appearance Is enhansed
Dy a Dicvcie ot nraceiui lines:
equestrian mounted on a
presents a sorrv n
resents a sorry plight, but
lit him bestride a thorough bred how great
the chancel The Pacific Cvcle & Mfc. Co,
have 50 of tliose'Mainty elegant" new
go model Sterling bicycles in transit, due
to arrive on the Moana.
The Bishop Rings
Which cast such a
over these Islands,
were as nothing
to the scintillations
It seems almost
worth while to
plant CANE for the
sake (if Ubing these
Knives. At all events,
raise CAIN if
not supplied with
" HOT STUFF."
We all like our meals hot.
Nothing lukewarm will do.
Nothing half bakeJ "done to a
turn", fs the right thing. 'I hat's
the way we serve our clothing.
Each garment is hot from the
brain of the. man who knows
how to design It.
My! How the men and boys
smack their lips over our line
ANDTHE PRICES ARE JUST
CHEER UPON CHEER FOL
LOWS. The announcement of our
special -sale of neckwear, hand
kerchiefs, Collars and Cuffs.
7 ties down to 10c.
2 for 25c.
You miss an opportunity If you
don't hook on to some of
: - Wayerlcy Blocl
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Tilnen-Mesb
Underwear. Semi for Catalogue
We Make Shirts to Order.
Ttilophnno No 07(1.
Meo itBook kdersl
310 Port Street,
Has just opened up over 1,000 NEW
NOVELS by the following popular
authors: Grant Allen Slenklewlcz
Hall Calne Captain Charles King
A. Dumas A. C. Gunter Georgle Shel
don Mrs. boiithworth Ueatrice Harmden
Albert Ross-Ople Read W. Clark
Russell Charlotte M. Brnerne May
Agnes Fleming Robert Louis Stevrnon
Marie Corelll St. George Ruthbom and
many others whom space forbids quoting.
These are all In paper bindings, and retail
ftir2;cand ;oc each.
BSTNew light-weight Stationery for
867"Haw.illan Silk Flags. Ukuleles, and
Taro-patch Guitars; Curlns: and THE
ONLY HAWAIIAN SCENIC CALEN
DAR! eSTLow prices, desirable goods, and
courteous treatment always at
J. M. WEBB.
We have now instituted this
new department, and you will
always find bargains theie in
many arti :les in Housefurnish-
ing Goods, including- Crockery
Call and, inspect.
You may see something you
AH goods marked in plain
Second floor; take elevator.
W. W, Dimond & Co,,
-Von Holt Block, ICIngtreet.
CSV-Sole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Re-
irigenuors, rnmus un stoves.
IIi:iajukk and. Locksmith.
VMlumtn cm Orimtnontil Iron and Dross
Wink, llrniuo niuctrn l'littiiit;.
Ilicytlu IlfljMilring In all ilu Jtr.uichon.
Union 8'roi-t (U li Tnwpi).
CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 Bethel St., opp.Custlc&Coolcc
St'lftlv new 181,8 C.lclin.1 Ulctilji lor Kent,
Secund.lunJ Dlcyrk lm mIi
knuliiiii! pruniptlv and thuruuiliiv kiirJj t.i.
All wurk KUirantced,
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
1'lie People's Pi'ovldi'i'H.
r?M&i3 Will show this week
some recent importations of
bleached and unbleached Table
Linens and Napkins, and Linen
and Cotton Towels.
Special attention is called to
the above, as the qualities are
guaranteed, while the prices
nTsTsachs DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED
rl He Peopln'H TrovicleiH.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.'s
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
If You Have One or
These Remedies are prepared by JOHN POTTIE & SONS, Veterinary Surgeons
of Sydney, N. S. W., but
KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
Pottle & Sons not only furnish you Remedies, but tell you HOW TO TREAT
The Agent for the Hawaiian Islands Is
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Tolopliono SJLG. Lovo Building, 5.'U-530 Eort St.
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
THE NEW DRUG STORE !
VonJUnlt TrJloclc, King- fet
Pure Drugs and Clictnlcnln.
Perfumery, Toilet Artlcleu, Druggist Sundries.
You are cordially invited to call. :: Prescriptions a Specialty.
WTELEPHONH 164-tt J
ONE CENTRIFUGAL PUMP, 10
Inch suction, 8-Inch discharge, with
We-)tingliotise engine complete.
One centrifugal pump, 8-lnth suction,
6-lnch dlstharge, with Westinghouse
One centrifugal pump, 6-Inch suc
tion, 4-inch discharge.
One Blake pump, 3-Inch suction, 2-
For particulars apply to
ii52-tf J. M. DOWSETT.
F. N. OTREMBA,
Wood Carving and Polishing.
Lessons Given In
Fancy Wood Carving.
roRT STRr.rr, Honolulu, h i
mi flow Honolulu Planing Mill. 11 1
Wuikmaiiblilp tni Aljicrlal OuinnlecJ. ReDililne
1130 :: No. 21UJ KINO ST.
One Hundred Animals.
Honolulu, H. I.
ttaTlf n siilllci'iit 11 u miter nt pnllnutH
aro K"'inniti 1 il inir thfihtniii )ililciim
will K to Honolulu n 1 id in nt t h on ut
lioiim, Tu.Tli.Sut J,
No tOiop worn M(ls on the conn
ters ol merchants who advertise in
!i -u. i, U
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